Reading the coverage…
Before he was a Pro Bowl corner for a Super Bowl team, Tramon Williams was an undrafted free agent for the Texans, says John McClain.
Cameron Jordan is the pick at 11 for Houston in Lance Zierlein’s first mock draft.
The Texans shouldn’t treat free agency as a big, scary bad thing that can ruin a football team, says Houston Diehards.
Super Bowl representatives from Indianapolis are watching and learning in North Texans, says Bob Kravitz.
This should have been Indy’s Super Bowl, Kravitz says.
Marvin Harrison’s Hall of Fame case shouldn’t be necessary, says Nate Dunlevy.
Byron Leftwich has embraced his second chance with the Steelers, says Vito Stellino.
Jaguars’ fans will miss Vic Ketchman, says Gene Frenette.
Ketchman’s final chat at jaguars.com is at noon ET Wednesday.
How prospects fit so far into one formula for drafting quarterbacks, from Alfie Crow.
Mike Heimerdinger is upbeat about the job opportunity and his health and Jim Mora is expressing interest, say John Glennon and Jim Wyatt.
Bud Adams’ dreams for his next coach don’t match reality, says Joe Biddle.
Even with his team on the verge of a Super Bowl, Ted Thompson is curious about Mike Munchak and the Titans, says Wyatt.
Ray Sherman still has not heard from the Titans, says Wyatt.
The Titans are no worse off than the 2007 Falcons, and look at Atlanta now, says Bob McClellan.